Join us as we launch our new strategy
The 10-year vision will be launched via a virtual event on 26 January.
You can now register to join us when we launch our new 10-year strategy with a virtual event later this month.
On Tuesday 26 January, from 10-11.30am, you’re invited to get a first look at our vision for the next 10 years.
As an organisation, we’re here to make being physically active and taking part in sport a normal part of life for everyone in England.
At the minute, it’s not a level playing field.
Right now, the opportunities to get involved and reap the rewards of being active depend too much on your background, your gender, your bank balance and your postcode.
We’re determined to tackle these inequalities and unlock the advantages of being active for everyone.
This is an extraordinary time and everyone has seen their lives changed in some way by the pandemic – with grassroots sport and physical activity no exception.
The current situation means our mission is more important than ever and a unified and collaborative approach is essential.
Our new strategy seeks to help the people and organisations delivering sport and physical activity to recover from the challenges posed by coronavirus (Covid-19), look beyond them and tackle the biggest issues of the next decade.
We’d love you to join us to hear how, together, we can do this.
Sign up for the launch event.
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